Vase

Collection Type

  • Decorative arts

Date

1904-1916

GUSN

GUSN-10702

Description

Stoneware vase, light and dark green, Art Nouveau style. Vase has rounded rim, short neck and elongated tapering body.

Details

Descriptive Terms

vases
stoneware (pottery)
glazing (coating)
Vase
Vase

Label

From "Waiting for a Gallery": The Hampshire Pottery in Keene, NH, was one of many of the small "art" pottery companies which flourished early in this century. SPENA's founder, William Sumner Appleton, collected examples of art pottery directly from manufacturers like the Paul Revere Pottery in Boston in the 1920s.

Inscription

"Hampshire Pottery / 110 / M (inside circle)" (impressed)
"R 84333" (Painted in green)
"HAMPSHIRE / POTTERY / M [in circle] / 110" (impressed)

Maker

Hampshire Pottery (Maker)
Robertson, Cadmon (Designer)

Location of Origin

Keene, NH, USA

Object Type

Household Accessories; Horticultural Containers

Dimensions

4 6/8 (H), 3 1/2 (diameter) (inches)

Credit Line

Bequest of Elsie Allen

Accession Number

1995.478

Reference Notes

M in a circle refers to Cadmon Roberston, designer (in tribute to his wife, Emoretta. 110 refers to item # in product catalog.

Places

New Hampshire (United States)
Keene (Cheshire county, New Hampshire)